Bose SoundLink Revolve+ Portable and Long-Lasting Bluetooth 360 Speaker - Triple Black

Regular price $465.57

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SKU: E-15544

Category: Bluetooth speakers, New Arrivals, Featured Product

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  • Delivers deep, loud, jaw dropping sound with True 360 degree coverage
  • Built-in mic for speakerphone to take clear conference or personal calls out loud with a wireless range of approximately 30 feet.
  • Flexible fabric handle makes it easy to grab and go; seamless aluminum body is durable and water resistant (IPX4)
  • Enjoy up to 16 hours of play time from a long-lasting, rechargeable, lithium-ion battery
  • Wireless Bluetooth pairing with voice prompts allows you to easily take calls and access your phone’s virtual assistant — hands free
  • Pair two SoundLink speakers together for party mode or stereo mode or use Bose SimpleSync technology to pair with a member of the Bose smart home family to play in sync

Product Attributes:

Attribute NameAttribute Value
Product Dimensions4.2 x 4.2 x 7.3 inches
Item Weight2 pounds
Item model number739617-1110
Batteries1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)
Is Discontinued By ManufacturerNo
Date First AvailableApril 12, 2017
ManufacturerBose Corporation
AvailabilitySold Out
Rating4 stars and up

Ratings & Reviews

Reviewed on July 25, 2023
I love this speaker! It works just like I expected and it sounds great. For my needs around the house, in the yard and in small classroom, it is perfect. The battery lasts all day and recharges quickly. It arrived quickly and it was securely packaged. Easy set up and connects to iPad and android phone with no problem. I have no complaints.
Reviewed on October 30, 2019
I’ll begin with the summary, then below more explanation as to why: The Summary: This Bose Soundlink Revolve+ works alright as a bluetooth speaker. It has pretty decent sound for its size, however it is also a bit overpriced, and quite frankly overrated. You can spend much less and get a similar enough result. I have had some issues with it, but from many reviews I’ve read and experiences I’ve had, I believe it’s reasonable to expect some connectivity problems and such with modern technology, especially bluetooth, and when you have so many different types of devices that have to communicate with each other etc. The Why: To start, I was basically looking for some computer speakers for my work pc. A co-worker had purchased an inexpensive soundbar for her pc and that inspired me to get something. So in my search I looked at many options and decided to go Bluetooth and to pony up and go high end, thus this Bose Soundlink Revolve+ is what I purchased on 3-11-19 on sale for $239 (I do like a bargain). Although I don’t have a lot of experience with Bose products, I do understand they are well known for engineering their systems for optimum sound. That said, I’ve been building car audio systems as a hobby for decades now. When designing a subwoofer enclosure, it’s key to design it correctly and tune it to the right frequency that works best for the subwoofer you’re installing. I not only can get a lot of volume, but extremely fantastic sound quality which is more important to me now. The richness of the bass from the systems I’ve created has been unsurpassed in my experience. Not trying to toot my own horn, just making the statement because this Bose unit is quite underwhelming for sound quality in my opinion comparatively. However, I wouldn’t expect much from such a small enclosure. To get a proper bass sound wave, you need the space, volume, and large enough speaker to create it. Bose engineers their systems to trick the science and make better sound from smaller spaces, however, there are limitations that even they can’t overcome. There’s only so much you can do with that space. Even though I’m used to a much higher quality of sound, this has really good sound for what it is. Coincidentally, other Bose systems I’ve listened to also don’t quite live up to my expectations with the lower frequencies. They do seem to have clear highs and mid range though. For example, my ‘06 Cadillac STS has a Bose system in it with a built in Sub and 17 speakers in all. Since I added my own subwoofer, this is literally the best sounding system I’ve ever heard as Bose does provide excellent sound quality other than the richness of bass in my opinion, but they are pretty good. I think it’s also noteworthy that this is a matter of opinion as well. Just because I like something or think it should be a certain way, doesn’t mean others will. And it doesn’t make me right. So I don’t want to judge the unit on sound quality alone. Is it worth over $200 to get the sound quality it provides? Maybe, but for much less money there are alternatives that may suit your needs equally as well. So, I now had this awesome little Bluetooth speaker that I could take with me when not at work if I wanted, and be able to use there. So far so good. It was easy enough to set up and it seemed to work well at first. I just left it plugged in and on at all times (I often leave my PC on when I leave for the day as well). However it stopped charging and at the beginning of October the battery went critically low. So, I tried just leaving it on the charger without using it for a few days and nothing. It didn’t matter which outlet I used or anything. It just simply didn’t work. Meanwhile I purchased a Oontz Angle 3 for $25.99 here on Amazon in early October because I kind of thought the Bose was done. I didn’t give up on the Bose completely though. I researched online, looked through the manual, and tried a different charging cord (Not a Bose one but at this point what was it going to hurt?). I determined the charger wasn’t working and ended up getting it charged with a different charger. I’ve since used the Bose charger again and it does work again. Not sure why it wasn’t working earlier. I started using it again about mid October. The charging issue was gone and now it charges fine. Then I encountered some weird things with the volume where I couldn’t adjust the volume anymore from the PC. This was especially annoying when in virtual meetings, but I ended up changing to using the other Bose option (Headphones) from the PC and that worked again. Skip ahead to about a week or two ago, I started getting this weird thing on my PC where any sound file, video, anything like that would have an issue when I started playing where it would play normally for about 1 second, then it would keep playing but I wouldn’t hear sound for 5 - 10 seconds, then the sound would come back. So every time I opened a video or sound file, I would have to let that happen, then “rewind” it to hear what I missed. I was getting ready to do a help desk ticket when I thought to check a different speaker source to rule that out. Sure enough, it’s the Bose causing this issue, not my PC. So I’m currently using my $26 Oontz and it works very well. For about a tenth of the price! I will admit the sound quality isn’t quite as good on the Oontz as the Bose, but for me, neither are what I truly desire, so good enough for its intended use. 12-7-20: I ended up “uninstalling” the Bose from the pc and re-connected it and it appears to be working normally again. Here is my opinion. I believe Bose does put a lot of engineering into their products, but I also think that depending on what you’re looking for, you might want to consider a less expensive option if you’re a true audiophile like me as you might not get the true sound you’re seeking? Although I believe overall this unit is pretty decent and possibly works just fine as it may have for many others, I will recommend just saving your money and buying a less expensive BT speaker. Mine was on sale for $239 but I think there are plenty of less expensive similar choices. It’s not so much about it being subpar or failing, but more about just simply the amount of bang for your buck. Also, due to having the issues I've had, I knocked a few stars off the rating.
Reviewed on July 09, 2023
The product sold itself to me! I ordered it as soon as I got home from an outside get together where there were two speakers linked, and the sound was amazing. Just save yourself some time and order this Bose linkable bluetooth and enjoy the tunes. :)
Reviewed on June 07, 2018
I own and have owned a variety of Bluetooth speakers over the years. I have high end home audio for surround system. (Not Bose) For portable speakers I have owner the Bose SoundDock version I, II and III as well as the Bose Soundtouch 20 Series III, a Jawbone Big Jambox and Sonos Play 5. Wired speakers typically will sound better than portable because you have the extra power and built-in amplifier to drive it. My Sonos Play 5 has clear big sound and plays to very loud levels if needed. Love that speaker. The Soundtouch 20 also plays clear and loud and is punchy with bass. All my speakers serve a purpose and you need to decide what is most important to you. The non-battery portable speakers are great around my house, but I also like to cut the cord and take a speaker outside, to the beach, vacation, etc. I had been using my older Jambone Big Jambox which is a great speaker for its size and has clear sound and nice mid-range, but now 6 years old. Was looking to replace it with something that had long battery life, sounded clear with no distortion and plays to louder levels for outside. This Soundlink Revolve+ is simply amazing for its size. While not the biggest fan of Bose sound in home audio surround systems, I think they do an excellent job of producing great sound on smaller portable speakers. The Bose corporate “sound” can be equalized and bloated, but comes off warm and clear on the Revolve+. The sound never distorts at any level. What really amazes me is the bass out of this thing. Don't expect bass thumping and wall rattling sound, but compared to any portable speaker its size, nothing will beat this. Even better bass extension if you place closer to a wall. The first night I used it was in an outdoor deck gazebo with a few couples we had over. Everyone was shocked at the sound. Even in an open aired environment it sounded great. This speaker will go loud as well. Plenty loud for what I need it to do. Sixteen hour battery life is excellent as well. I downloaded the Bose app and while not fancy, lets you control more things and music playing through it. Also shows battery life on app. The speaker pairs instantly which is great too. Turn it on and it auto connects to the phone if previously added. You can add multiple phones as well in the list. The big test was when four of us were sitting in the four seasons room and I had it on the floor next to fireplace. We had at it low to medium levels while we were all talking. I kept finding myself looking down and seeing how small it was yet the sound was so much bigger. The carry handle is nice and overall look and design of it as well. Very portable. I really have no complaints about it and how it performs. Only thing of course would be wishing it were less money. However, you do get what you pay for here. I highly recommend this portable speaker and the splash proof, water resistant aspect is just a bonus. Go buy one and you won't regret it if on the fence.
Reviewed on April 17, 2023
Aunque compre el producto usado y sabia que no venia en la mejor presentación, me sorprendió que es un excelente parlante, un sonido increíble, no necesito mas para poder disfrutar de música en mi apartamento. Solo necesite descargar la aplicación de BOSE, actualizarle el software y listo. Venia con el cargador original lo que me sorprendió aun mas, lo puse a carga y me ha durado la batería como nunca pensé. De verdad que muy buen producto.